Sports Infrastructure Worth Rs 202 Cr Being Developed Across J&K: DYSS

SRINAGAR: Director, Department of Youth Services and Sports (DYSS) J&K, Gazanfar Ali on Monday chaired an important meeting of officers and engineers to review progress of various works  on different playing courts and sports infrastructure being developed by the Department across Jammu & Kashmir.

While expressing serious concerns over delay in completion of various playfields due to COVID-19 pandemic, Ali directed the Engineering wing of J&K Sports Council as well as officials of the DYSS that the timeline for completion of works should be followed in letter and spirit and any laxity in the same would be viewed very seriously.

He further stated that the completed and to be completed sports infrastructure worth Rs 202 Cr would give boost to the sports activities in the UT of Jammu & Kashmir.

While going through various slides of the PowerPoint presentation, which was based on the completed works and the projects in pipeline, Gazanfar Ali said that the Government is committed to provide high standard facilities of play and recreation to the youth of J&K at their doorsteps.

He stressed upon building such sports facilities as per the laid down norms.

Joint Director YSS Bashir Ahmed, Deputy Director YSS Jatinder Mishra, Deputy Director Planning YSS Ravi Kumar, Executive Engineer Construction Division (Kashmir) Er Hilal Ahmed Shiekh, Executive Engineer Construction Division (Jammu) Er Davinder Singh, Accounts Officer of the Department Of YS&S Mohammad Hussain, DYSSO Srinagar Balbir Singh and other officers and officials of the Department of Youth Services & Sports, J&K were present on the occasion.

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